WARNING To any female cosplayer in the Chicago (And surounding) areas!

stickiebun13:

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Hi.

Apologies for the traumatizing picture, but is this the guy? It’s from an Encyclopedia Dramatica page of a LJ/DW roleplayer I’ve heard of and I know he’s been causing problems in cons as well. I’d like to know if they’re the same person, just to clarify things, because if they are in fact one and the same, other people on the Dreamwidth RP scene need to know.

Thanks.

P.S. I am so so sorry you had to deal with this waste of oxygen. Seriously, I am, because no one deserves to be told the things he told you.

Palace refutes LTO: New law scraps mandatory drug testing

Are you fucking kidding me. Are you fucking kidding me.

Since the beginning of the year, over 6000 people were denied because the tests found they were under the influence under some kind of drug— that’s 6000 less people who can get into accidents because they were driving under the influence of something. Yet our own government says it’s fine for these people to get them now? Who the hell let Sotto into our Senate anyway?

Road accidents  have always been high on the causes of death in this country. If these 6000 people are allowed to reapply or renew their licenses, who knows how much the number of road accident-related deaths would skyrocket?

You may have punishments, you may have consequences in place for those who are in fact caught driving under the influence, but preventing these people from getting a license in the first place is and has always been the best way to go.

roachpatrol:

devildyke:

isabelthespy:

douglaswolk:

Julie D’Aubigny was a 17th-century bisexual French opera singer and fencing master who killed or wounded at least ten men in life-or-death duels, performed nightly shows on the biggest and most highly-respected opera stage in the world, and once took the Holy Orders just so that she could sneak into a convent and bang a nun. If nothing in that sentence at least marginally interests you, I have no idea why you’re visiting this website. (via Badass of the Week: Julie D’Aubigny, La Maupin) (thank you, Rachel!)

maybe the best thing i’ve read all week

badass of the week is the best site in the universe
but holy shit i have a new role model y’all

NEW HERO; BEST HERO.

roachpatrol:

devildyke:

isabelthespy:

douglaswolk:

Julie D’Aubigny was a 17th-century bisexual French opera singer and fencing master who killed or wounded at least ten men in life-or-death duels, performed nightly shows on the biggest and most highly-respected opera stage in the world, and once took the Holy Orders just so that she could sneak into a convent and bang a nun. If nothing in that sentence at least marginally interests you, I have no idea why you’re visiting this website. (via Badass of the Week: Julie D’Aubigny, La Maupin) (thank you, Rachel!)

maybe the best thing i’ve read all week

badass of the week is the best site in the universe

but holy shit i have a new role model y’all

NEW HERO; BEST HERO.

(via edgeofpanic)

theshadowofyoursong:

theyellowbastard:

“The concept of portraying evil and then destroying it - I know this is considered mainstream, but I think it is rotten. This idea that whenever something evil happens someone particular can be blamed and punished for it, in life and in politics, is hopeless.”
—Hayao Miyazaki

One of my very favourite recurring themes in Miyazaki’s work - especially in Spirited Away - is how the grotesque and initially threatening reveals itself to be benign and even compassionate. It’s so beautiful, and a lot more meaningful than the typical good-evil/black-white dichotomy of other mythology.

theshadowofyoursong:

theyellowbastard:

The concept of portraying evil and then destroying it - I know this is considered mainstream, but I think it is rotten. This idea that whenever something evil happens someone particular can be blamed and punished for it, in life and in politics, is hopeless.

—Hayao Miyazaki

One of my very favourite recurring themes in Miyazaki’s work - especially in Spirited Away - is how the grotesque and initially threatening reveals itself to be benign and even compassionate. It’s so beautiful, and a lot more meaningful than the typical good-evil/black-white dichotomy of other mythology.

(via fuileachd)

“[Chris Hemsworth] is a big boy, and it’s all real. There’s no CGI. He eats that much chicken, he lifts all that weight, he kick-boxes, he’s a Muay Thai champion. I mean, to the point where Chris Evans, Jeremy Renner and Robert Downey Jr were reduced to just standing around and touching him.”

Tom Hiddleston (via clenchuplegolas)

#just standing around and touching him

(via skarletfyre)

(Source: westmostcoast, via fuileachd)

Languages that suit your Zodiac sign

edgeofpanic:

unit-antoine:

sosukeaizen:

iloveayanamirei:

tenousei:

chicken-in-a-basket:

mistressyoru:

tresbienbitch:

si-means-nein:

randomzodiac:

Aries: German

Taurus: Arabic

Gemini: English

Cancer: Estonian 

Leo: Italian

Virgo: Swahili 

Libra: Spanish 

Scorpio: Russian

Sagittarius: Japanese

Capricorn: Dutch

Aquarius: French

Pisces: Portuguese 

Why am I English D:

japanese

SUGOI DESU

THIS IS FUNNY BECAUSE MY PRIVATE BLOG IS IN RUSSIAN WHAT

>leo

>italian

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOPPPPPPPPPPEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

HAHAHA I’M GERMAN

Now I can be nobility in the Galactic Empire! :»>

Swahili? What no why

ha ha ha oh that gemini one is actually accurate

Japanese

Kind of fitting, I guess?

spanish: la lengua de amor

Dang. Now I need to relearn Spanish from grade 6-7.

juvjuvychan:

rsharky:

zeropro:

the Avengers in a nutshell

Awwwww!

I want this box of kittens so badly

(Source: zero-theredwolf, via lionheartedrebel)

mrfreelow:

Nick Fury just really wants the Avengers to go the fuck to sleep.

(Samuel L. Jackson’s audio book of Go The Fuck To Sleep)

THIS IS THE BEST! I loved that book.

(Source: clintbartons, via edgeofpanic)

Good Omens BBC miniseries in 2013

Reporting directly from Neil Gaiman’s blogGood Omens, the fagnificent spawn of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett, is being adapted for television by Terry Jones (Monty Python) and Gavin Scott (Small Soldiers). The producer will be Rod Brown, who already lead the BBC versions of Terry Pratchett’s Hogfather and The Colour of Magic. He did a great job capturing the fantastic and gritty ambientation of Discworld’s characters, and I am sure that this coming in 2013 BBC miniseries will be up to the fan base expectations.

(Source: johnhwatson-, via fuileachd)